An antique Volkswagon photo bus was one of the highlights of the reception. Trevor and Chase celebrated with family and friends well into the night.
other’s baristas, to never stop adventuring, and a mutual agreement that popcorn is always a suitable dinner option. The reception kicked off to spicy Latin music to introduce the wedding party and the bride and groom. Slowing things down for their first dance, the couple chose a shortened version of “Eyes on You” by Chase Rice. Guests feasted on a duet plate of brie and apple stuffed chicken, an heirloom tomato stack with hummus and fresh mozzarella, and a salad bar inside of a canoe, with fresh roasted broccolini and potatoes. let them eat cake The cake table displayed a quintet of cakes. Three were lemon-flavored with lemon curd and blueberries, and two were cornmeal honey– flavored with buttercream icing, ombre wine coloring, and a golden honey drizzle. Festivities continued late into the summer evening with a s’mores bonfire on the property. Traditions like the bouquet toss and dollar dance provided excitement during the reception, which ended with a true West Virginian send-off as the couple and guests sang “Take Me Home, Country Roads.” From breathtaking mountain views to stunning florals, fine cuisine, and a silo bar serving creative cocktails, the event was enjoyable for everyone involved. “Everything turned out amazing,” Trevor says of the day he married his best friend and soulmate. “The venue, the music, our friends and family around us, all made for an unforgettable night that went way too fast. I wish I could do it all again.”
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